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October 19, 2021

Harvard Doctor Explains the Simple Foods That Are Really Good for Your Brain

You might have heard of “brain foods” or “superfoods.” Talk of them is everywhere on the internet, particularly among social media influencers. While exaggerated and even harmful claims abound, respected doctors do know that some foods are good for the brain. In fact, these foods are ones you are probably familiar with and are easy to consciously incorporate into your diet.

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October 18, 2021

Architect Attached a Giant Skateboard Ramp to a House That Doubles as a Deck

If you could build your dream house, what special features would you want to include? A swimming pool, or maybe a bowling alley? Architect Macu Bulgubure has made one client’s dream a reality in Rosaria, Argentina. Bulgubure incorporated the client's love for skateboarding onto the home by attaching a large ramp to the back of the structure. The ramp acts as a defining feature of the house.

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October 18, 2021

Researchers Discover This One Mozart Sonata Helps Alleviate Symptoms of Epilepsy

Mozart is an 18th-century Austrian classical composer—perhaps even the most famous composer of all time. As a child prodigy, he stunned musical circles; and as a young man, he created challenging works which are still played by orchestras today. Although he died quite young at only 35, Mozart's work has remained culturally and academically influential in the centuries since his death. Now, it seems the work of Mozart is also of medical relevance.

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